DALLAS — The Oklahoma Supreme Court declined Monday to hear arguments in a lawsuit contending that the use of $101.7 million of highway tax revenues to balance the state’s fiscal 2012 budget was unconstitutional.

Oklahoma City attorney Jerry Fent filed the case with the court on June 8. Fent contended that the Oklahoma Constitution prohibited the transfer of the fuel tax revenue to state agencies that are not involved in the construction of road or bridges.

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